Here's your Fight Size wrestling update for the morning of March 4th, 2018.
- During last night's WWE Live event in Chicago, IL, Paul Heyman would continue to stir the pot regarding Brock Lesnar's potential move to UFC after his WWE contract expires. While Heyman was going over his signature intro for Lesnar, he stated: "Fighting out of the Ultimate corner". Following Heyman's introduction of his client, Brock Lesnar would go on to retain the WWE Universal Title against Kane, in 35 seconds.
- A mega fan of the former two-time WWE World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins, has gotten Rollins' signature "Burn It Down" tag, tattooed on her forearm. The photo would grab the attention of Seth Rollins, which would leave him wordless.
- The man who has made Johnny Gargano's life a living hell, Tommaso Ciampa, took a trip down memory lane when he posted a photo of himself during an appearance on SmackDown as an extra. You can take a look at Ciampa's transformation by heading over to his Twitter account.
- The Chicago native, Mustafa Ali, was able to wrestle in his hometown last night at WWE's live event in the United Center. Following his match, the 205 Live star was greeted by his daughter.
- Rusev's "Rusev Day" gimmick is becoming more and more popular each week it seems like. Now, the former two-time WWE United States Champion is getting cheered in different companies. Last night, during Ring Of Honor's 'Manhattan Mayhem' show, the crowd randomly erupted in 'Rusev Day' chants.
- Former two-time NXT Champion Samoa Joe, is gearing up to return from the looks of his latest Instagram post. Joe suffered a foot injury during the January 8th edition of RAW, which has sidelined the superstar to this day. From the looks of Joe's last post, it appears that he has his sights set on the WWE Universal Championship.
- Finn Balor missed WWE's live event in Kalamazoo, Michigan on Friday night, due to travel issues. Balor noted on Twitter that he would not be able to make it to the show, but he was present for last night's live event show in Chicago.